Sharing my Agile Implementation experience

During yesterdays Software Quality Conference I shared some of my experiences with implementing Agile.

Implementing agile seems a lot like learning to drive. At First, all effort goes into controlling the car. But soon you discover that anticipating the traffic is the real game. During the agile implementations that I did last year, I had a similar insight. It is not so hard to teach the team to follow the agile processes; the true challenge is dealing with the organisation around the team. In this presentation I shared our insights and learning points on how culture, the project and organisational structures can threaten the success of your agile implementation. We learned that if you neglect those and focus on the agile process only, doing agile is much like walking in narrow shoes. Each step hurts.

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One Response to Sharing my Agile Implementation experience

  1. Marcel Oostveen says:

    That’s it!

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